[Scribus] How to print?
Thu May 31 23:56:14 CEST 2007
>> So Scribus has to catch up with Gutenprint to correct this or
> When I analyzed the errorlog one user sent us, I figured out that CUPS
> identified the PostScript file as using CMYK and instructed Ghostscript to
> create a CMYK bitmap. Then it fed that CMYK bitmap to Gutenprint which
> ignored it with a warning "subtractive colorspace not supported" or
> something like that.
> I guess any other application which tries to print CMYK PostScript files
> thru CUPS would have the same problem.
Ok, then why doesn't the same thing happen when using kprinter dialog to
print? It's still using CUPS & Gutenprint to output it's files? If it
were CUPS & Gutenprint having trouble, wouldn't that also apply with
whatever program controlled the printout? Or is that that Scribus is
feeding it some miscommunication? I guess maybe I'm not understanding
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